MIT drop-out Jeremy Rossman moved to California and started an “anti-college.” Students don’t pay tuition — they pay a percentage of future earnings. They don’t get grades or take exams. They make stuff.
Will it work? Who knows. But wild-and-crazy experiments like this are both a symptom of the higher ed crisis and an indicator of the disruptive change that the crisis will engender. If higher ed were a stock, it would be time to start selling short.
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